Grand Opening by Morticia Knight was everything I’ve looked forward to in her Kiss of Leather series. A book of friendship, love and acceptance, with a sinfully sexy dose of BDSM.
The Kiss of Leather Club was about to open and plans have finally come together to deliver a state of the art BSDM club owned by Josh, Derek, and Gavin. Each man a dominant in a loving and committed relationship, the men of KOL struggled with their own submissives and weaknesses, all while attempting to solve the mystery of the depraved man, Mike, who’d previously kidnapped Corey (Derek’s sub).
Although the focus of the book was Josh and David, Grand Opening dove into the lives of all the men and unionized them in a way that captured the essence of their existence as a family.
Ms. Knight delivered sentimentality as she allowed Josh to grow as a dominant and David in his submission. Beautifully written, each man personally matured and as a devoted couple. Stone’s relationship with Marshall flourished and Gavin and Kyle committed themselves to each other. Corey still dealt with his insecurities but under the careful guidance of Derek the shy, skittish man began to thrive and evolve. Additionally, Ms. Knight gave us a glimpse into Chuck’s personality as a private investigator and a possible submissive.
The series continues to progress under Ms. Knight’s careful hand. The world in which she has created brought dreams to the forefront of the lives of loving men and their partners, with an air of mystery and intrigue.
I would recommend reading the entire series from the beginning to allow yourself the full force of the men of Kiss of Leather.
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A five handcuff review
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